The deputies of St. Petersburg in the first reading supported the idea of ​​legalizing graffiti in the city. If the coordination process is simplified, the creators of art objects will not have to go through a dozen instances. St. Petersburgers have repeatedly stood up for graffiti, and recently the Museum of street art has achieved the legal installation of the work of the artist Pasha 183 “Piter is a city of angels” at a stop on Vasilyevsky Island.

“The destruction of all these images was carried out with the help of anonymous complaints and the Our St. Petersburg portal. But at the same time, some of the graffiti still remain in place. And in this sense, in the absence of any legal regulation, the first question that arises is who makes the decisions, how graffiti we have to remain on the walls, which is not. On the basis of which documents these decisions are made at all, ”the St. Petersburg TV channel quotes the deputy of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg Denis Chetyrboka.


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